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Revelator is the debut studio album from the 11-piece Tedeschi-Trucks Band, who already have a reputation as a wildly exciting live jam group. That said, the record that Susan Tedeschi and husband Derek Trucks have recorded proves something beyond their well-founded reputation as a live unit: that they can write, perform, and produce great songs that capture the authentic, emotional fire and original arrangements that so many modern blues and roots recordings lack. The duo forged their two individual solo bands (Trucks remains with the Allman Brothers Band) and added some other players. Oteil and Kofi Burbridge and Mike Mattison, as well as drummers Tyler Greenwell and J.J. Johnson are on board, as well as backing vocalists and a horn section. Produced by Trucks and Jim Scott, these 12 songs seamlessly meld blues, rock, Southern soul, gospel, and funk traditions into a heady, seductive, spine-slipping stew. The record also showcases Tedeschi as one of the finest vocal stylists in roots music, and Trucks, has become the only true heir of Duane Allman's bell-like slide guitar tone, his taste and restraint. More than this, Revelator offers proof that this pair and their bandmates are serious songwriters as well as players—anyone remember the original Little Feat? It's like that, but with a woman up front. While the single, "Midnight in Harlem," highlights the softer,side of the band with Tedeschi's soulful croon and Trucks' swooning slide, it's the harder numbers that fill out the story. The sexy opener "Come See About Me," the bluesy, gospelized "Don't Let Me Slide" (one of two cuts written by Trucks and Tedeschi with Jayhawk Gary Louris), the second-line funk-blues of "Bound for Glory" with its punchy horns; all of these offer evidence of the real depth that this band abundantly possesses. There's the skittering, slow-tempo guitar and B-3 soul-blues of "Simple Things," and the New Orleans-style horns introducing "Until You Remember," which can distract the listener for a moment from experiencing these songs for what they are— until Tedeschi opens her mouth and lets the lyrics come up from her belly and drip from her lips and Trucks matches her emotion in his solo— love songs; the likes of which we haven't heard since Delaney & Bonnie. The Eastern modal tinge in Trucks' playing and tablas dustinguishes "These Walls," tempered by the quiet conviction in the grain of Tedeschi's vocal would have made for a better single. The nasty, funky, Hendrixian droning blues of "Learn How to Love" is textured by Kofi's funky clavinet and Wurlitzer. Speaking of funk, Tedeschi takes her own smoking guitar break in "Love Has Something Else to Say," a slamming, break-ridden funk tune that quakes. It combines hard Southern Stax-styled rhythm, soul, blues, and nasty-ass rock. Revelator is a roots record that sets a modern standard even as it draws its inspiration from the past. It's got everything a listener could want: grit, groove, raw, spiritual emotion, and expert-level musical truth.

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fanominal, just fanominal!

had to purchase this from best buy with the TTB website coupon for $7.99.

This album is an absolute gem. It is music priceless and genius, one of the greatest albums i have ever heard. Revelator is oozing with soulful soul, passion, harmony, funk, rock n roll, greatness. Susan's voice is always great but it is amazing on this album, every song, everyone. Derek's guitar is perfectly placed and sings to you, he is pure greatness, just check out midnight in harlem, some of his finest work. Back vocals are special, and an incredible listen, and along with the horns just blew me a way. Amazing percussion and a hammond, keyboard, organ that will not quite, some of the finest work out there. The words to the songs are gripping, heartfelt and passionate, you can feel what went into writing them. This is a special band and one that will bring us amazing music and shows like their 1 or 2 degrees of separation which includes Derek Trucks Band, The Allman Brothers, Susan Tedeschi, Gov't Mule, Oteil Burbrige, Scrapomatic and then some. I am in love with this album and this band. Highest of high recommends. EnJoY!

These Walls - WoooooaaaaaHHHH!!!!

Fantastic song of a fantastic Album!!!! Just buy it! It's so great!!!!! Maybe you mix it with some cool song from the album - (AOM)-Atlantic Ocean Moods - and you day will be done!!!!;)

Royal Family of Blues Rock

Killer first studio album from Susan, Derek and Friends - great all the way through.

"Learn How To Love" - OMG!

If "Until You Remember" doesn't make the hairs on back of your neck stand up, have your family call the coroner, u r officially dead.


Se formó en: 2010 en Jacksonville, FL

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '10s

The Tedeschi Trucks Band — led by the husband-and-wife duo of guitarist and vocalist Susan Tedeschi and slide guitarist Derek Trucks — began as a summer touring unit known as Soul Stew Revival. It was both a practical consideration for the pair to spend time together with their young family and a musical endeavor. Soul Stew Revival featured members of their own bands and numerous guest musicians, and the loose-knit cooperative band performed roof-raising shows full of soul, blues, funk,...
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